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Rising to the Occasion 

Von Strohm, Gruber, Helga and Bertorelli call General Von Flockenstoffen to deal with a mad General Von Klinkerhoffen, who wants to blow up the town.

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René Artois
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Flying Officer Fairfax
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Flying Officer Carstairs
Rose Hill ...
Madame Fanny
Derek Royle ...
Ernest Leclerc
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Edith Artois
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Yvette Carte-Blanche
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Mimi Labonq
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Michelle Dubois
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Monsieur Alfonse
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Private Helga Geerhart
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Colonel Kurt von Strohm
Gavin Richards ...
Captain Alberto Bertorelli
John Louis Mansi ...
Herr Engelbert von Smallhausen
Hilary Minster ...
General Erich von Klinkerhoffen
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Because they think he's gone round the twist, the Germans call General Von Flockenstoffen to deal with Von Klinkerhoffen who still wants to blow up the whole of Nouvion. Herr Flick and Von Smallhausen try to disarm the bomb in the sewer while an old flame of René has her own plan to stop the Germans from blowing up the town. Meanwhile, Ernest Leclerc and madame Fanny have just been wed and in the marquee the celebrations have started while the Resistance girls are secretly working on the barrage balloon that should get the British airmen back to England. Written by Marco van Hoof <k_luifje7@hotmail.com>

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Comedy | War

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This is the last episode with Gavin Richards playing captain Alberto Bertorelli. In the next season this character is played by Roger Kitter. This is also the last episode with Derek Royle playing Ernest Leclerc because he died on 23 January 1990, between the end of the sixth and the start of the seventh season. As a tragic coincidence, Royle was brought in the series as a replacement for Jack Haig (who played Roger Leclerc), who died between the end of the fifth and the start of the sixth season. See more »

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